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Twitter users hit back at Saudi-bloc's list of demands

Social media users hit back with humour and own list of grievances in response to Riyadh and allies' list of demands.

Saudi and the Brotherhood: From friends to foes

Shifting political goals in Riyadh have led to a muddled history between the Kingdom and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis

Saudi and other Arab nations ask Qatar to shut Al Jazeera, close a Turkish base and scale down Iran ties within 10 days.

When is Eid al-Fitr this year?

Muslim countries will be sighting the Eid moon on June 24, but astronomers predict it invisible in most of Asia.

Week in pictures: From Yoga Day to CAR crisis

A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including Yoga Day, Portugal forest fires and air raids in Yemen.

Media watchdog slams demand to shut Al Jazeera

Reporters Without Borders raises concern over the suppression of press freedom as Gulf states issue demands to Qatar.

Eid al-Fitr holiday: How many days is it by country?

Eid al-Fitr holidays in 2017 range from 23 days in Saudi Arabia to three in Pakistan.

When is Eid al-Fitr this year?

Muslims will be moon sighting for Eid moon on June 24 but astronomers predict it will not be visible in most of Asia.

Deadly Grenfell Tower blaze because of faulty fridge

UK police may consider manslaughter charges after finding tower cladding failed safety tests in blaze that killed 79.

Police office targeted in deadly Quetta suicide blast

Suicide attack near provincial police chief's office kills at least 12 people and wounds 14 others.

Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis

Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations ask Qatar to close Al Jazeera and scale down ties with Iran within 10 days.

Turkey dismisses demand to close Qatar military base

Defence minister says Ankara has no plans to review ties with Qatar, after Arab states issue demands to end Gulf crisis.

US: North Korea 'tests rocket engine for ICBM'

US officials believe latest test could be for intercontinental ballistic missile as tensions soar on Korean peninsula.

Is North Korea really a 'hollowed out' state?

Thanks to its official state ideology 'Juche' North Korea is in rude health.

How has the UK changed since the Brexit vote?

Experts reflect on what the Brexit vote has meant for inequality, the environment, racism and politics in the past year.

Police office targeted in deadly Quetta blast

Explosion strikes near provincial police chief's office, killing at least 10 people and wounding 18 others.

Kulbhushan Jadhav asks for clemency, says Pakistan army

Pakistan army releases new video confession from Kulbhushan Jadhav who was sentenced to death on allegations of spying.

South Korea: Choi Soon-sil handed three-year jail term

Seoul court finds longtime friend of ousted President Park guilty of bribing daughter's professors.

Can cricket cool India-Pakistan political hostility?

After a barren spell, Pakistan and India played cricket twice in 14 days. But is renewal of ties on the cards?

Pakistan police office targeted in deadly Quetta blast

Explosion strikes near provincial police chief's office, killing at least five people and wounding 14 others.

US judge in Michigan blocks deportation of 100 Iraqis

Lawyers for the detainees argue they could face persecution or torture in Iraq because they are religious minorities.

One killed as Venezuelan troops fire on protesters

Shooting outside La Carlota airbase in Caracas brings death toll from near-daily unrest to at least 76 since April.

Theresa May: EU citizens can stay after Brexit

Theresa May pledges to protect EU citizen rights but UK also insists it will have full jurisdiction over such rights.

US defence contractor accused of spying for China

Former State Department agent with 'top secret' clearance faces life in prison for allegedly selling information.

Qatar rejects claim of supporting Syrian 'terror group'

Foreign minister says Qatar has never supported Nusra Front, the former Syrian branch of al-Qaeda, or any armed group.

Amnesty urges probe into report of UAE torture in Yemen

Rights group calls on UN to investigate AP report that hundreds were arbitrarily detained and tortured in Yemen.

Lieberman: Abbas seeks to spark new Israeli-Hamas war

Israeli defence minister says cutting payments for electricity in Gaza aims at dragging Hamas into conflict with Israel.

Iraq PM: Mosul liberation to be announced in few days

Al-Abadi made the announcement as government troops were pushing into Bab al-Beed neighbourhood in Mosul's Old City.

What can be done to stop cultural genocide?

The landmark al-Nuri Mosque of Mosul and its leaning minaret have been blown up in Iraq.

Trump does not want a 'poor person' in cabinet role

US president defends his decision to appoint wealthy individuals to his cabinet as 'smart' at a rally in Iowa.

South Africa court allows secret Zuma confidence vote

Opposition hopes secret ballot will encourage members of President Jacob Zuma's ANC party to vote against him.

Qatar Airways seeks to buy stakes in American Airlines

US carrier files for required permit to allow Qatar's state-owned carrier to buy 10-percent stake in American Airlines.

Egypt renews detention of Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein

Al Jazeera denounces Egypt's decision to extend Hussein's detention by 45 days and calls for his unconditional release.

Iran calls on Riyadh to free Saudi-detained 'fishermen'

Tehran urges Saudi Arabia to release the three Iranians and pay compensation for shooting dead another.

UK police: Anti-Muslim crimes skyrocket in Manchester

Manchester police records more than 500 percent increase in Islamophobic crimes since May 22 concert attack.

Uganda's Health Pyramid

We investigate allegations involving a Chinese billionaire and a controversial alternative health scheme in Africa.

Military action in Yemen: Who's for, who's against?

A Saudi-led coalition has begun hitting Houthi targets in Yemen. But who is supporting the action? And how?

The Disappeared: The life and death of Seamus Ruddy

Decades after he was killed by Irish Republican paramilitaries, Seamus Ruddy's remains were found in a French forest.

Libya's Shifting Sands: Derna

A rare look at the fight against ISIL in the eastern Libyan city of Derna in the constant flux of the post-Gaddafi era.

Why is Netanyahu trying to disband the UNRWA?

Israel wants to dismantle the UNRWA because the agency keeps Palestinian's right to return to their homeland alive.

On ISIL, Arab TV and post-ideological politics

MBC's anti-ISIL TV series Black Crows toes the line of Western counterterrorism talk.

HRW: UAE backs torture and disappearances in Yemen

Rights group says United Arab Emirates forcibly disappears people, operates secret prisons, and backs torture in Yemen.

Deadly car bomb hits Afghanistan's Lashkar Gah

At least 29 people killed and more than 50 wounded after bomb detonates outside bank branch in Helmand province.

Discovering the spirit of Ramadan in Morocco

From iftar meals out of trunks to tea with Bedouins, the hospitality that embodies Ramadan is evident almost everywhere.

India drops sedition charge against Pakistan supporters

'Difficult to prove sedition charge' on 15 men arrested after Pakistan's win over India in Champions Trophy final.

Car bomb kills four outside Mogadishu police station

Bomb targeting the Waberi police station in Mogadishu kills at least four and wounds several others, says police.

Israel calls for Saudi Arabia ties and state visits

Intelligence minister Katz invites King Salman to send crown prince to Israel in order to establish mutual ties.

Deadly car bomb hits Afghanistan's Lashkar Gah

At least 26 people killed and more than 50 wounded after car bomb outside a bank.

US judge urged to halt Iraqi deportations

District Court to rule on lawsuit by rights group over fears Iraqi Christians could face religious torture if deported.

The Arab vision for fighting terrorism

The only way to fight "terror" in the region is to reclaim a shared vision that transcends tribalism and sectarianism.